Newsletter | November 5, 2020

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Optical Design And Manufacturing: Challenges And Uses In Medical Applications

Injection-molded optics offer medical device and equipment manufacturers a timely, robust, and high-quality component option — but not all molders can deliver on the promise of this technology.

Beyond Making The Part: Understanding Enhanced Qualification

Working with a micromolder to develop an enhanced qualification (EQ) process for critical parts can save money and time by ensuring a smooth transition into full-volume production.

Automation: The Future Of Medical Device Manufacturing

The expectation for zero defects in medical devices is higher than ever. Manufacturers must find ways to achieve that expectation while reducing costs and risks. This article explains how automation can help manufacturers reach those goals.

Hermetic Sealing Technology Protects Medical Electronics From Harsh Steam Sterilization

Partnering with a glass company to incorporate glass-to-metal sealing into medical instruments can boost reliability and longevity by offering superior electronics protection and providing unmatched capability to be autoclaved thousands of times. 

Designing For Sheet Metal Fabrication

This white paper covers how sheet metal is used today, how to use it in designing and developing parts, and how to choose the best sheet metal fabrication technique for each application.

How Thin Can We Go?

One of the most common questions from medical OEMs seems simple: How thin can we go? But the answer is it depends. One of the main factors is material choice. While there may be many questions involved in figuring out how thin you can go, this article offers some insights.

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